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#1 May 21, 2009
"Cleveland gave this one away. The Cavaliers lost their grip on the game with a stagnant third quarter that carried into the fourth. Also, the Magic shot 55 percent from the floor — 59 percent in the second half — against the league's top defensive team."
If you saw the first half, or listened to Doug Collins, then you know the Magic were getting the same shots in the first half, they just weren't making them. They changed that in the second half. Give credit where credit is due, Orlando stepped up, that caused Cleveland to get out of sync. Orlando Took this game.
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